Economic thought in the Netherlands, 1650-1950
This emphasis of this book is on economic analysis. Two aspects are seen to inspire thought in the area - the circumstances in which we live and previous research. First, the whole period is surveyed in three chapters. Then the two most outstanding Dutch economists are discussed. Finally, two typically Dutch topics are examined.
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DUTCH ECONOMIC THOUGHT IN
ECONOMIC THOUGHT IN THE NETHERLANDS
NICOLAAS GERARD PIERSON
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Ackersdijck Adam Smith Alfred Marshall Amsterdam analysis analytical Austrian business cycle capital Carl Menger central bank century colonies competition concept costs d'Aulnis de Bourouill debate discussion Dutch economic Dutch economists econometric economic organisation Economic Papers economic policy economic thought Economisch economists Enden equilibrium exchange rate export F.Y. Edgeworth Fase free trade freedom G.M. Verrijn Stuart gold standard Goudriaan Graswinckel Haarlem Hennipman Hogendorp Holland Holtrop Ibid ideas important income industry international trade Jan Tinbergen Jevons Keynes Koopmans labour Leiden marginal utility mercantilist merchants monetarism monetary policy N.G. Pierson Nederlandsche Bank Netherlands nomic Overmeer period Polak political economy principle problem production professor profit published question rate of interest Ricardo's Rotterdam Schumpeter social social-democrats society Staathuishoudkunde statistical Textbook theoretical Tinbergen Tydeman Usselinx value of money value theory Verrijn Stuart Vissering volume Vries wages Walras wealth